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Welcome to the Rabbit Creek Community Council
P.O. Box 112354, Anchorage, AK 99511
The Rabbit Creek Community Council meets at 7 p.m. on the 2nd Thursday/month
Location: Sept - May 2nd = Goldenview Middle School, 15800 Golden View Drive
June - Aug = Rabbit Creek Church, Snowshoe/RC Road
For more information contact Nancy Pease, RCCC Co-Chair
(345-8738 or firstname.lastname@example.org)
Golden View Drive Intersection and Safety Upgrades - Rabbit Creek Road to Romania Drive Project
view the following reports:
February 2012 Final Concept Report
March 2012 Draft Study Report Summary
by clicking on the links under "Other RCCC Documents" on the menu bar to the left.
HOT TOPICS SUMMARY MAP
Hot Topics are located on the menu bar on the left side
(map below is based on current Muncipality of Anchorage GIS and other mapping data)
Shown in red color with numbers below are the proposed developments for the area that have major impact.
1=Views of Prominence; 2=Legacy Pointe; 3=Viewpoint; 4=Upper Potter View
Proposed Developments in the RCCC Area
(from the Hillside District Plan project)
Purpose of the Council:
The Council’s purpose is to provide a direct and continuing means of citizen participation in local affairs. The Rabbit Creek Community Council is affiliated with the Anchorage Federation of Community Councils.
Any resident or property owner within the boundaries of the council is welcome to become a member or attend a general meeting. We ask for a nominal fee to help with overhead costs. We welcome citizen input! Please send any concerns or thoughts our way via this website by contacting any of the RCCC board members.
Our email is: RabbitCreekCC@gmail.com
The Rabbit Creek Community Council meets the 2nd Thursday of each month, 7 PM.
September through May, at the Goldenview Middle School library.
June through August, Rabbit Creek Community Church, Snowshoe Lane and Rabbit Creek Road.
The current meeting agenda is posted at the left side bar link.
The RCCC area is bounded by the Chugach State Park on the south, New Seward Hwy. on the west, and Little Rabbit Creek watershed divide on the east (please see map).